mactrack and Palo Alto Firewall

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Axel90
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mactrack and Palo Alto Firewall

#1 Post by Axel90 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:58 am

Hey guys,

we have a Palo Alto firewall as a router.

Is it possible to implement that model in mactrack to get the ip addresses?

Thamks in advance for an info!

gildas33
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Re: mactrack and Palo Alto Firewall

#2 Post by gildas33 » Wed May 03, 2017 4:02 pm

There is a major problem on Palo Alto to work with mactrack, it's not possible to have ARP cache via SNMP request.

I've develop a batch script call by Mactrack script that :
- connect to Palo Alto (via ssh with account "service")
- do a "show arp all"
- save the result to file
- do snmpwalk to Palo Alto to have : VlanId and Vlan Name
- and compile a final file with IP,MacAddress,vlanID,Interface

This work for me...

majedalanni
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Re: mactrack and Palo Alto Firewall

#3 Post by majedalanni » Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:00 am

gildas33 wrote:There is a major problem on Palo Alto to work with mactrack, it's not possible to have ARP cache via SNMP request.

I've develop a batch script call by Mactrack script that :
- connect to Palo Alto (via ssh with account "service")
- do a "show arp all"
- save the result to file
- do snmpwalk to Palo Alto to have : VlanId and Vlan Name
- and compile a final file with IP,MacAddress,vlanID,Interface

This work for me...
Please can you share that script to get the show arp from the Palo Alto. very appreciated for that

ponnuchelvam
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Re: mactrack and Palo Alto Firewall

#4 Post by ponnuchelvam » Thu Dec 20, 2018 2:57 am

Hi Friend, Can you share script here?

Thanks and Regards
Ponnuchelvam.V

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